Following excellent reports about this restaurant from family and friends we finally booked for Sunday lunch Easter Sunday 31st. March 2013. In all there were 16 in our party, a bit of a family get together. The restaurant is in a lovely location although car parking can be tricky if the village, Lechlade is busy (quite often). On arrival we were shown to our table by extremely well turned out and friendly waiting staff. Having viewed the menus we made our choices to a young waitress who wrote nothing down and got the orders spot on *amazing service*. On completion of our starters the staff then paraded the main courses to the table, so that we could make our choices, whole roast shoulder of pork, what appeared to be a side of beef (huge joint) together with fish and vegetarian options for those so minded. Again nothing written down, and the order spot on, down to the request for the well cooked end bits from the beef. Magic. All the food including the seasonal vegetables was delicious and good portions served, hardly a scrap left on the plates. A lovely selection of deserts appeared before us and choices made, all tastes catered for here. Then the 'coup de grace' a second choice of desert or cheese platter for those still able (not many).
This then cost us a fortune - none of it we all ate for around £20, excellent value taking into account it was Easter Sunday and the quality of food and service. Whilst the room we were in was busy, and one or two toddlers were in, the atmosphere was pleasant and relaxing.
I would not hesitate to recommend Colleys to anyone who enjoys good food and quality service.
Ten out of Ten.
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